Article Database - Topic: 'Self assessment' - Keyword: 'Penalties'

Missed the filing deadline - is a penalty avoidable? Publication date: 04.02.2020
Article database » Returns » Penalties
If you missed the 31 January deadline for self-assessment HMRC will fine you £100 and more if you continue to delay. It will cancel the penalty if you have a reasonable excuse but if you don’t have one is there another way to dodge a fine?
HMRC’s new self-assessment tool Publication date: 13.12.2018
Article database » Returns » Deadlines
HMRC has launched an online tool which allows you to check if you need to submit a tax return for 2017/18. It’s easy to access, simple to use but very misleading. What’s the full story?
What’s the right way to report an error to HMRC? Publication date: 08.12.2017
Article database » Enquiries/investigations » Taxman's rights
If you’ve overlooked income you should have declared to HMRC or made a mistake in your or your company’s tax return, you need to put it right. Should you just send a letter explaining the position or is there a better alternative?
Disagreeing with HMRC’s computer Publication date: 05.02.2016
Article database » Self assessment » Penalties
Surprisingly, the First-tier Tribunal has ruled in favour of a taxpayer who claimed to have submitted her tax return online despite HMRC proving that she had not. What was the reason for the decision?
Avoiding late payment penalties Publication date: 21.01.2015
Article database » Income tax » Penalties
These days HMRC is taking a tougher line where self-assessment payments are paid late. What penalties can you expect if you don’t pay on time and is there a way to avoid them if you can’t afford to pay?

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